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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (February 22, 2005)

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400 new buses for Merseyside. 88
400 new buses for Merseyside. 100
Acting in their OWN interests. 308
Andy GRAY: Blues' chance to steal Euro march. 330
Andy GRAY: Not bad for starters. 113
Andy GRAY: Punishment would be harsh. 145
Are we going back to the dark days of football? Paddy Shennan reports on the fallout from the `battle of Everton Valley'. 866
Arriva lanesp leaf or 400 new buses. 312
Athletics: JULIE'S MAKE CLEAN SWEEP; Team triumph for Woolton school. 241
Athletics: Youth Games in plea for sponsorship. 265
Badminton: SMASH HITS! Star Palethorpe's boost for budding badminton aces. 225
Basketball: Two out of three ain't bad. 142
Best friend who met a tragic death. 160
Blimey! Have you seen the other team's sub; Gerrard turns out to watch his cousin play. 355
Boxing: GOLDEN BOYS; Trio take centre stage as young stars progress. 635
Camping in France is a Britt of alright; Barrie Mills packs up and ships out with his family to stay in a caravan. 778
Charity given pounds 7,500 present. 87
Council tax set for a rise of 4.5% in Wirral. 116
COUPLE'S FEAR IN JEWELSRAID; Valuables stolen in. 262
CUP CLASHES: 15 CHARGED; Police do not expect trouble at next Everton Man U game. 922
Driver is killed in multi-vehicle M6 pile-up. 230
Every day of Michael's life he was pain; A COUPLE have been awarded pounds 100,000 compensation after their son was severely brain damaged at birth by a medical error. Mary Murtagh reports. 953
Everyday of Michaels life he was full of pain; A COUPLE have been awarded pounds 100, 000 compensation after their son was severely brain damaged at birth by a medical error. Mary Murtagh reports. 1323
Ex-matron accused of killing pensioner. 89
FAMILIES' ANGER AT BUILDING SITE DUST; Debris from demolition is `horrific'. 399
Footbal: EVERYONE A WINNER; Over 200 take part as event keeps growing. 243
Football: `I'll create more Art work' Mikel aims to make a telling contribution. 440
Football: `WE NEED TO SEE BEST OF HARRY; Benitez hopes Kewell can hit ground running. 536
Football: Beattie working overtime. 409
Football: BOOTLE. 112
Football: Cheshire Racing sponsor the `Bill Shankly Memorial Award. 151
Football: Chester target fourth double. 159
Football: Colts sprint to top of the table as Crosby tame Tigers; MYA. 354
Football: ECHO SALUTE TO SHANKS LEGEND; Award honours hero of fans. 384
Football: Everest scale the heights. 101
Football: Forefield clinch title. 166
Football: GOAL MACHINE; Hot shot Jack hits 10 in one game. 240
Football: Hawkstar Speed keeps eye on ball; Joe the main man in Forefield derby. 362
Football: Highfield in fightback; TUEBROOK. 111
Football: Houldings hit back. 135
Football: In the Frame. 207
Football: Join up to aid cancer research! 205
Football: Jose tips Terry for top player prizes. 248
Football: KEEPER MOSS GATHERS GOALS; Stopper Louis deadly at scoring and saving. 449
Football: Le Saux pleads for consistency. 127
Football: Longview in semis; RAINHILL. 128
Football: MARVEL MIRRA ON SPOT FOR LIONS; Feature match report: Windmill Electrics v Kingsthorne Lions under-10s, George McCarthy Cup WINDMILL ELECTRICS . 1 KINGSTHORNE LIONS . . 1 Kingsthorne won 2-0 on penalties Keeper Ryan puts Kingsthorne in final with shoot-out heroics. 563
Football: Meijer backs Reds to see off Leverkusen. 372
Football: Mike is the star; CRAVEN MINOR. 155
Football: Mossley fire in 2 0; GIRLS' ROUND-UP. 120
Football: NOTICEBOARD. 122
Football: RIISE'S NEW LEASE OF LIFE; It's all down to Rafa says. 802
Football: Rovers will show Town youngsters no mercy - Little. 438
Football: Roy keen on tunnel vision. 130
Football: SIX SHOOTER; ANFIELD Lewis collects double hat-trick as Classlist turn on style. 204
Football: Soley urging players to cut out sloppiness; NON-LEAGUE. 357
Football: Spot of bother for Knowsley as East ride their luck. 429
Football: Trio grab trebles in Netherley's ten-goal romp. 348
Football: VOTE FOR STAR OF 2004. 223
Football: Wenger backs ace Lehmann. 132
Football: Words from the wise. . . Feature match report: Windmill Electrics v Kingsthorne Lions under-10s, George McCarthy Cup. 84
Golf: Lawrie vows comeback. 148
Hockey: Seddon set--pieces see off Gymkhana. 262
Husband may have lain dead for two weeks. 96
I fell in with . . . Las Vegas; . . . says Stephanie Hodgson, 20, from Huyton, an assistant in Pure Woman, Cavern Walks. 274
Ian RUSH: Harry can play key Euro role; Bayer must draw blank at Anfield. 368
Ian RUSH: Next five matches so crucial to season. 218
Joseph's lead the way with new playground. 196
JUSTICE; EXCLUSIVE Women's hospital pays us pounds 100,000 after death of our precious Michael. 131
KILLER DRIVER GIVEN 4 YEARS; Motor ban for serial speeder. 490
Magical history studies. 137
Man is impaled on railing. 95
Man jailed for not giving evidence in murder trial. 235
Mercy killing was unlawful. 147
Motors: brief. 342
Motors: Coupe crazy; Cabriolets set to go head to head. 292
Motors: Yaris gets a makeover. 139
Racing: Warm up problem resolved; Grand National hopeful to get Kelso outing. 429
READERS' OFFER FREE LOAF OF ALLINSON WHOLEMEAL 800g FOR EVERY READER. 147
Recipe: Sundried Tomato Risotto. 187
REVEALED: MPs GO GLOBE--TROTTING. 333
REVEALED: MPs GO GLOBE-TROTTING. 342
Rex makes a stand in court for weekend history exhibition. 114
Rugby League: Bring in full time refs to improve the game; Saints coach's hard-hitting world of Rugby League. 432
Rugby League: Endacott delight at shock troops. 286
Rugby League: Hopes high for Widnes. 136
Rugby League: NOT SONNY FOR SAINTS; Move for teen star set to fail. 218
Rugby Union: Park will play host to Sevens. 158
So . . . where's the grace in growing old? 533
Son faces double murder charge. 161
Son faces double murder charge. 159
Stars in high spirits for unusual cabaret date. 123
Stop the Clock February 22. 86
SWEET SOLD MUSIC; Pop memorabilia sale ate Bay for tsunami appeal. 647
Talkback: Saturday's violence. 117
Tennis: Henman ready for British showdown. 191
The Biz: Brief Case. 163
The Biz: MORGAN HITS PROFITS HIGH; Mersey firms help to build success. 215
The Insider: Girls Al-audi! OK, Nicola - your new motor looks better than your mum's. 355
The Insider: Lads turn out to support undies story. 144
The Insider: Welcome to the hall of fun . . . 202
Tibetan children visit city. 91
Time Off Foreign Travel: High--speed whirl is well worth the wait; Liz Rimmer tests out the thrills and spills of a Disney World holiday. 940
Time Off: a Va ABOON; Safari parks littl emonkeys are set to be the stars of TV ad. 304
Time Off: If you do one thing this week . . 207
TRIP WILL HELP END MUM'S NIGHTMARE; ECHO teams up with zoo for surprise. 313
Ultimate supporter gets her dream ticket. 278
Weekend: Anne has a ball in Princess role; The sequel to Princess Diaries is a real family affair. 489
Weekend: Book WORM. 227
Weekend: Game Check. 383
Weekend: latest royal tale on DVD. 197
Weekend: Your Jokes. 128
You say: Expensive view. 141
You say: Foxhunting law. 139
You say: Off the map. 148
You say: Short points. 84
You say: Short points. 107
You say: Site visits. 125
You say: Your Poem - Waiting (written at the time of famine and war in Ethiopia 1986 and still relevant today). 153

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